About INTTN Knowledge Circle
It's all here and if we don't have it let us know and we will get it for you! While these courses and workshops are specifically designed to assist initiatives between Governments, Traditional Owners and Indigenous Communities anyone with a genuine interest can access, participate and complete them!
INTTN Knowledge Circle delivers Online Australian Indigenous Focused Training in 3 Categories, including:
For Non-Indigenous Peoples - Looking to learn the fundamentals of working with, engaging and consultation with Indigenous Peoples in a formal setting or otherwise;
For Traditional Owners - Looking to gain knowledge and the edge in native title and/or settlement processes, governance and decision making, consultation & engagement, negotiation, facilitation and agreement settlement; and
For Aboriginal Community - Our catalog is continuing to grown by demand. This includes a wide range of skill and self development courses and workshops from learning digital skills to project management to risk and financial management through to governance.
We designed our online training and workshops for those interacting with Indigenous governments, businesses and communities, Indigenous and Non-Indigenous.
Learn how to build positive trusting relationships to enhance your effectiveness while working in Indigenous Affairs and between one-another. .
You will learn about history, terminology, treaties, land claims, geography, populations, demographics, political structures, decision-making, cost of the status quo, landmark court cases and so much more. We also address the issues and concerns around capacity building and growing capacity based on reconciliation principles.
Whether you are a volunteer, traditional owner leader, elder, respected person, woman, man, youth or an executive, a senior manager, in public affairs, supervision, human resource departments, or are contractors, you will find this information of utmost value. By raising awareness and comfort through knowledge we enhance everyone’s effectiveness.